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Are you ready to reboot your work life? Then you’ll want to check out Web Worker Daily’s book from Wiley Computing, now available for purchase online and in bookstores. Connect! A Guide to a New Way of Working will tell you how the web changes work — and how you can make it work for you. WWD editor Judi Sohn and I wrote this companion guide to Web Worker Daily to share with you all the wonderful ways the web can make your work life better.

Connect! coverAre you ready to reboot your work life? Then you’ll want to check out Web Worker Daily’s book from Wiley Computing, now available for purchase online and in bookstores.

Connect! A Guide to a New Way of Working will tell you how the web changes work — and how you can make it work for you. WWD editor Judi Sohn and I wrote this companion guide to Web Worker Daily to share with you all the wonderful ways the web can make your work life better.

And we’ve made a bonus chapter about home-based work available free online. Not all web workers work from home, but it’s an increasingly popular option.

These days almost anyone can be a web worker — using the web to reach out across geographic and organizational boundaries. Whether you work in a cubicle, a café, or out of your house, you can use the web for more success and satisfaction.

One of the most exciting possibilities the web offers, of course, is the ability to work from home. If you’d like to explore work-at-home opportunities, check out our free bonus chapter “Work from Home: A No-Nonsense Guide to Home-Based Work” only available online.

But even if you don’t want to work from home, you’ll find plenty of ideas and inspiration for making your work life more rewarding and fulfilling in the book. So check it out! And let us know what you think.

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  1. Congrats on the publishing of the book. I just saw you twitter about it and I’m off to order my copy.

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  2. @C.C.: thanks! I’m really excited about it. Let me know what you think after you read it.

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  3. I had pre-ordered my copy and it’s on the way! I can’t wait to read it. Congrats to both of you (Anne & Judi)!

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  4. Congratulations! I’ve added the book to my Amazon wishlist and am downloading the free chapter now.

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  5. Congratulations! I have added the book to my Amazon wishlist and am downloading the free chapter now.

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  6. The book is great! I actually read the majority of it while hanging out at Barnes & Noble yesterday (yes, I know I should buy a copy). The book is definitely right up my alley, since I work out of coffee shops in Austin. In 2008 I would like to start connecting more through the techniques discussed in the book. Thanks!

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  7. @Larry: it’s in B&N? Wahoo! Didn’t know when it would start showing up there, apparently takes them a while to dig out after Christmas and start putting out new books.

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  8. This is exciting, can’t wait to read it. I often work from home and will need that bonus chapter.

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  9. @Annne: Yep! I usually go to Barnes & Noble or Borders once a week or so to browse the latest books, and I usually find something exciting that helps my business. Yesterday I was looking in the general computing section by the programming books, and sure enough I saw this book and picked it up. Why? I remembered the name Web Worker Daily because I am subscribed to the RSS feed of this excellent blog — I guess that kind of proves many of the points made in the book :). Well, great job!

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  10. Larry: you made my day. If you feel inspired, please leave a review on Amazon. I’d really appreciate it, even more than a purchase :)

    Gonna go browse my neighborhood B&N tomorrow and make sure the books, if any, are facing out.

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